Seafood Expo Asia
14-16 September, 2022
The Seafood Marketplace for Asia
Seafood Expo Asia is a trade event where buyers and suppliers of seafood from around the world come together to network and conduct business in the lucrative Asia markets.
The Global Dialogue on Seafood Traceability (GDST), launched in February 2020, has already gained the support of some of the largest seafood companies in the world, and that trend is likely to continue as seafood companies focus on increased sustainability, according to Thai Union Group Sustainability Director Adam Brennan.
Brennan said traceability is the linchpin holding the entire sustainability movement together. Speaking during a conference… Read More
Phuket, Thailand-based Tuna Paradise recently established a new program it has dubbed “PFP,” or People Feeding People, to help give back to the hungry in Southeast Asia.
A seafood processing company, Tuna Paradise processes and sells multiple seafood species including hamachi, marlin, swordfish, tuna, and mahi. Founded in 2004, the company started from a small rental facility and 20 part-time workers and has grown into a significant… Read More
Pontevedra, Spain-based Cíes Pasteurizados is capitalizing on the growing popularity of ready-to-eat and at-home meal-kits.
The company was the first in the country to produce a pasteurized mussel, according to company representative Ana Fernandez. Speaking at Seafood Expo Asia, which ran from 14 to 16 September 2022 at the Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre, Fernandez said Cíes… Read More
The Pacific Urchin Harvesters Association, representing sea urchin fishers in the Northwest U.S. and Western Canada, are hoping to increase their exports to Singapore.
Pacific Urchin Harvesters Association Executive Director Geoff Krause told SeafoodSource during Seafood Expo Asia (SEA), which ran from 14 to 16 September 2022 at the Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre, his members have been increasing their exports to a number… Read More
Vigo, Spain-based Atunlo is planning to expand its presence in Singapore to retail products after successful meetings at Seafood Expo Asia (SEA), the company told SeafoodSource.
The company presented a range of its retail products in Southeast Asia for the first time at SEA, which ran from 14 through 16 September, 2022, at the at the Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre. Atunlo, a joint venture between the Spanish fishing firms… Read More
Apia Export Fish Packers, a Samoa-based tuna fishing company that employs only local residents, is working to get back in the export game post-COVID.
Apia Export Fish Packers Co-Owner Steve Cleverly told SeafoodSource that part of that effort was rooted in attending Seafood Expo Asia - which ran from 14 through 16 September in the Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre – for the first time. The relatively small company, formed… Read More
Riga Gold, a Latvia-based canned fish production and can-making company, is hoping the quality of its various canned fish products will give it a leg up in Asia.
Riga Gold Senior Export Representative Igors Puzs told SeafoodSource during Seafood Expo Asia – which ran from September 14 through 16 at the at the Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre – that the unique packaging the company uses is a part of its business… Read More
As raw material prices continue to increase, Sea Wealth Frozen Food Co. Vice President Vichittra Aramwattananont told SeafoodSource the Bangkok, Thailand-based company sees value-added products as the key to continued sales growth.
Sea Wealth is a part of the Bangkok-based Wales Group, a manufacturer of frozen seafood, value-added, and ready-to-eat products including seafood, chicken, and plant-based products. The company’s main business… Read More
French oysters continue to have a positive reputation in Asia, and unlike other seafood types the industry saw an uplift amid COVID-19.
Nicolas Brossard, speaking with SeafoodSource on behalf of Marennes Oleron Oysters during Seafood Expo Asia – running from 14 to 16 September in the Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre – said the COVID-19 pandemic was a positive influence on they oyster business in France.
“COVID… Read More
The supply-chain challenges facing international air freight are multi-faceted, and likely won’t end until the COVID-19 situation in China eases, according to a panel of experts.
Speaking during the conference program at Seafood Expo Asia in Singapore, running from 14 to 16 September at the Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre, Auslink Marine Director Anthony Chung said China’s zero-covid policy, coupled with certain… Read More